marc garrett
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Marc Garrett is co-director and co-founder, with artist Ruth Catlow of the Internet arts collectives and communities – Furtherfield.org, Furthernoise.org, Netbehaviour.org, also co-founder and co-curator/director of the gallery space formerly known as 'HTTP Gallery' now called the Furtherfield Gallery in London (Finsbury Park), UK. Co-curating various contemporary Media Arts exhibitions, projects nationally and internationally. Co-editor of 'Artists Re:Thinking Games' with Ruth Catlow and Corrado Morgana 2010. Hosted Furtherfield's critically acclaimed weekly broadcast on UK's Resonance FM Radio, a series of hour long live interviews with people working at the edge of contemporary practices in art, technology & social change. Currently doing an Art history Phd at the University of London, Birkbeck College.

Net artist, media artist, curator, writer, street artist, activist, educationalist and musician. Emerging in the late 80′s from the streets exploring creativity via agit-art tactics. Using unofficial, experimental platforms such as the streets, pirate radio such as the locally popular ‘Savage Yet Tender’ alternative broadcasting 1980′s group, net broadcasts, BBS systems, performance, intervention, events, pamphlets, warehouses and gallery spaces. In the early nineties, was co-sysop (systems operator) with Heath Bunting on Cybercafe BBS with Irational.org.

Our mission is to co-create extraordinary art that connects with contemporary audiences providing innovative, engaging and inclusive digital and physical spaces for appreciating and participating in practices in art, technology and social change. As well as finding alternative ways around already dominating hegemonies, thus claiming for ourselves and our peer networks a culturally aware and critical dialogue beyond traditional hierarchical behaviours. Influenced by situationist theory, fluxus, free and open source culture, and processes of self-education and peer learning, in an art, activist and community context.
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New Work on Furtherfield.org


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Christophe Bruno, Joy Garnett, John Blanchard, Ruth Catlow, Marc Garrett,=

Joseph Franklyn McElroy & Donna McElroy, Lewis Lacook, Micki Tschur...

Fascinum - Christophe Bruno: This piece lives on the Yahoo portal. It shows=
the pictures from the daily news that are most viewed on different nationa=
l Yahoo websites. Compiling subjects that fascinate different countries all=
over the world, juxtaposed in real time. Diplaying the pictures most viewe=
d [ranking from 1 to 10] on different national Yahoo portals.

The Bomb Project - Joy Garnett: A comprehensive on-line compendium of nucle=
ar-related links, imagery and documentation. Intended as a resource for art=
ists and encouraging those working in all media, from net.art, film and vid=
eo, eco-intervention and site-specific installation to more traditional for=
ms of agitprop, to use this site to search for raw material. The Bomb Proje=
ct has gathered together links to nuclear image archives (still and moving)=
, historical documents, current news, NGOs and activist organizations as we=
ll as government labs and arms treaties. It makes accessible the declassifi=
ed files and graphic documentation produced by the nuclear industry itself,=
providing a context for comparative study, analysis and creativity.

AirStream - John Blanchard: Taken from the album 'Airstream' by John Blanch=
ard, a selection of meditative pieces for cello, piano, sitar, and orchestr=
a. A smooth interface that reflects the feeling of the music, drawing the =
user into an environment that is unusually calming and relaxing for a compu=
ter interface. It also features photography created by the composer inspire=
d by the work of Andy Goldsworthy.

Short Films - Ruth Catlow: A selection of short films. 'Drawn to the big hu=
man subjects but ever unsure how to approach them. I think of these short f=
ilms like short films are like inappropriate gestures, physical actions or=
shouts in public spaces. They are about seeing shamanistic hedonism and an=
imism in shopping centres, the confusions and difficulties of taking respon=
sibility for the state of the world in a fractured community, shifting iden=
tity (finding myself behind someone else's eyes), subjectivity and perspect=
ive. I've got a wooden spoon in my hand and I'm stirring the chthonic soup'=
. All the clips are taken in public spaces shot in Walthamstow, the east en=
d of London, UK.

Marc Garrett's Writings - Marc Garrett: A varied collection of agitprop wri=
tings, featuring his infamous ironic email shorts 'Sleazy Art Meetings' (sl=
iced stories, art speak, critical philosophies, mixed with text stolen from=
sex sites on the Internet) and stories, or rather fables touching on how t=
echnology plays on our subconscience, issues of personal freedom, sexual id=
entity, masculinity and politics. Some have termed his stories as cyber-nov=
els. 'I don't mind the term, but I feel that the stories declare life and a=
ll its confusions beyond labels and are more about dealing with the issue o=
f transmutation. The site also features 'Critical Text' and 'Poetry/Prose',=
all worth a visit.

A Population in Peril - Cor[porat]e [Per]form[ance] Art[ists] Joseph Frankl=
yn McElroy & Donna McElroy: Performance has become a key term that in turn =
applies to experimental art, worker productivity, and functionality of tech=
nical, corporate, and military systems. A document of sunny New York days, =
digitalized and hand drawn depictions of creativity and contentment in the =
face of a terrorist threat.

Flash Poetry Generator 3.0 - Lewis LaCook: A programme that invites you to =
place nouns and verbs into dialogue boxes. Once the user has typed in their=
chosen words the poems are generated, forming evocative prose; some abstra=
ct, some profound, some dada. Lewis LaCook is also currently furtherfield's=
resident critic http://www.furtherfield.org/crit/index.htm.

Taxidermy - New Micki Tshcur: Animals that have fallen victim to road kill =
incidents undergo a taxidermic transformation into various odd poses & gest=
ures.
Goatboy - New Micki Tshcur: A sexual adventure turned into a comic strip by=
Micki Tschur documenting an encounter with a young goat herd in the Alps o=
f Italy.

Furtherfield wishes to thank all those who have submitted their new work an=
d for their patience in waiting for it to happen. [We still have more new s=
ubmissions to add to furtherfield, due to being over-run and over-worked we=
will put the rest up in a few weeks - Phew!]

More Information about furtherfield.org

We would also like to thank AKAART, for generously hosting furtherfield and=
its various projects.

http://www.furtherfield.org/crit/index.htm Lewis LaCook is our first critic=
in residence on Furtherfield. Offering regular and informative reviews of =
varied explorative projects & artworks featured on furtherfield, plus other=
works by artists who are currently exhibiting on the Internet.

http://www.furtherfield.org/ffield/index2.htm Furtherprojects, a page that =
shows all our current projects and what we are up to, still to be updated (=
of course).

Furtherfield is an non profit independent online platform for the creation,=
promotion, and archiving of new work for public viewing and interaction. F=
urtherfield collaborates with independent visual artists, digital/net artis=
ts, writers, critical thinkers, musicians and noisemakers with a special fo=
cus on work developed and produced outside the recognised institutional sup=
port structures (colleges, galleries, corporate and public funding). We exp=
lore new and imaginative strategies for communicating ideas and issues in a=
range of digital & terrestrial media contexts.
Furtherfield's activities focus on presenting works online and organising g=
lobal, contributory projects, which exist simultaneously on the Internet, t=
he streets and public venues.

We can make our own World . . .

http://www.furtherfield.org

info@furtherfield.org

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<DIV align=left><STRONG><FONT face="Courier New" color=#000080>Christ=
ophe Bruno,
Joy Garnett, John Blanchard, Ruth Catlow, Marc
Garrett,&nbsp;&nbsp;<BR></FONT></STRONG><STRONG><FONT face="Courier New"=

color=#000080>Joseph Franklyn McElroy &amp; Donna McElroy, </FONT></STRON=
G><FONT
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wis Lacook,
Micki Tschur...<BR></FONT><BR></DIV></FONT></STRONG></FONT>
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<DIV align=left><FONT color=#000080><FONT face="Courier New"><FONT
color=#0000ff><FONT color=#000080><STRONG>Fascinum -</STRONG></FONT>
</FONT><STRONG>Christophe Bruno: </STRONG><FONT size=1><FONT color=#000=
000>This
piece lives on the Yahoo portal. It shows the pictures from the daily news =
that
are most viewed on different national Yahoo websites.&nbsp;Compiling subjec=
ts
that fascinate different countries all over the world, juxtaposed in real=

time.</FONT><FONT color=#000080><STRONG> </STRONG></FONT><FONT
color=#000000>Diplay</FONT></FONT></FONT></FONT><FONT color=#000000><FO=
NT
face="Courier New"><FONT size=1>ing the pictures most viewed [ranking f=
rom 1 to
10] on different national Yahoo portals.</FONT><BR><BR><FONT
color=#000080><STRONG>The Bomb Project - Joy Garnett:</STRONG>&nbsp;<FONT=

color=#000000 size=1>A comprehensive on-line compendium of nuclear-rela=
ted
links, imagery and documentation. Intended as a resource for artists
and&nbsp;encouraging those working in all media, from net.art, film and vid=
eo,
eco-intervention and site-specific installation to more traditional forms o=
f
agitprop, to use this site to search for raw material. The Bomb Project has=

gathered together links to nuclear image archives (still and moving), histo=
rical
documents, current news, NGOs and activist organizations as well as governm=
ent
labs and arms treaties. It makes accessible the declassified files and grap=
hic
documentation produced by the nuclear industry itself, providing a context =
for
comparative study, analysis and
creativity.</FONT></FONT></FONT></FONT></DIV><FONT color=#000000><FONT
face="Courier New"></FONT>
<DIV align=left><BR></FONT><FONT face="Courier New"><FONT
color=#000080><STRONG>AirStream - John Blanchard:</STRONG></FONT>&nbsp;<F=
ONT
size=1>Taken from the album</FONT></FONT><FONT face="Courier New"
size=1>&nbsp;'Airstream' by John Blanchard, a selection of meditative pie=
ces for
cello, piano, sitar, and orchestra. A smooth interface that reflects&nbsp; =
the
feeling of the music, drawing the user into an environment that is unusuall=
y
calming and relaxing for a computer interface. It also features photography=

created by the composer inspired by the work of Andy Goldsworthy.<BR><BR><F=
ONT
color=#000080 size=2><STRONG>Short Films&nbsp;- Ruth Catlow:</STRONG> <=
FONT
color=#000000 size=1>A selection of short films. '</FONT><FONT
color=#000000><FONT size=1><FONT size=2><FONT face=Verdana><FONT
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re how to
approach them. I think of these short films like</FONT>&nbsp;</FONT></FONT>=

short films are like inappropriate gestures, physical actions or shouts in=

public spaces. They are about seeing shamanistic hedonism and animism in
shopping centres, the confusions and difficulties of taking responsibility =
for
the state of the world in a fractured community, shifting identity (finding=

myself behind someone else's eyes), subjectivity and perspective. I've got =
a
wooden spoon in my hand and I'm stirring the chthonic soup'.</FONT> <FONT=

size=1>All the clips are taken&nbsp;in public spaces shot in Walthamstow,=
the
east end of London,
UK.</FONT></FONT><STRONG>&nbsp;</STRONG></FONT><BR></FONT></DIV>
<DIV align=left><FONT color=#000080><FONT face="Courier New"><STRONG>=
<BR>Marc
Garrett's Writings - Marc Garrett:</STRONG> </FONT><FONT color=#000000><F=
ONT
size=1><FONT face="Courier New">A varied collection of agitprop writing=
s,
featuring his infamous ironic email shorts 'Sleazy Art Meetings' (sliced
stories, art speak, critical philosophies,&nbsp;mixed with text stolen from=
sex
sites on the Internet) and stories, or&nbsp;rather fables touching on how=

technology plays on our subconscience, issues of personal freedom, sexual=

identity, masculinity and politics. Some have termed his stories as
cyber-novels. 'I don't mind the term, but I feel that the stories&nbsp;decl=
are
life and all its confusions beyond labels and are more about dealing with t=
he
issue of transmutation. The site also&nbsp;features&nbsp;'Critical&nbsp;Tex=
t'
and 'Poetry/Prose', all worth a visit.&nbsp;<BR><BR></FONT><FONT
face="Courier New"><FONT size=2><STRONG><FONT color=#000080>A Populat=
ion in
Peril - Cor[porat]e [Per]form[ance] Art[ists] Joseph Franklyn McElroy &amp;=

Donna McElroy: </FONT></STRONG></FONT><FONT size=1>Performance has become=
a key
term that in turn applies to experimental art, worker productivity, and
functionality of technical, corporate, and military
systems.&nbsp;</FONT></FONT></FONT></FONT></FONT><FONT size=1><FONT
face="Courier New">A document of sunny New York days, digitalized and han=
d drawn
</FONT><FONT face="Courier New">depictions of creativity&nbsp;and content=
ment in
the face of a terrorist threat.&nbsp; </FONT></FONT></DIV>
<DIV><FONT face="Courier New"></FONT>&nbsp;</DIV>
<DIV><FONT color=#000080><FONT face="Courier New"><STRONG>Flash Poetry =
Generator
3.0 - Lewis LaCook: </STRONG><FONT color=#000000 size=1>A programme tha=
t invites
you to place nouns and verbs into dialogue boxes. Once the user has typed i=
n
their chosen words the poems are generated, forming evocative prose; some=

abstract, some profound, some dada. Lewis LaCook is also currently
furtherfield's resident&nbsp;critic <A
href="http://www.furtherfield.org/crit/index.htm">http://www.furtherfield=
.org/crit/index.htm</A>.
</FONT></FONT></FONT></DIV>
<DIV><FONT face="Courier New"></FONT>&nbsp;</DIV>
<DIV><FONT face="Courier New"><FONT color=#000080><STRONG>Taxidermy
-</STRONG></FONT>&nbsp;<FONT color=#000080><STRONG>New Micki
Tshcur</STRONG></FONT>: <FONT size=1>Animals that have fallen victim to r=
oad
kill incidents undergo a </FONT></FONT><FONT size=1><FONT
face="Courier New">taxidermic transformation into various odd poses &amp;=

gestures.<BR></FONT><FONT color=#000080 size=2><STRONG><FONT
face="Courier New">Goatboy - New Micki Tshcur</FONT></STRONG><FONT
color=#000000><FONT face="Courier New">: </FONT><FONT face="Courier N=
ew"
size=1>A sexual adventure turned into a&nbsp;comic strip by Micki Tschur=

documenting an encounter with a young goat herd in the Alps of
Italy.<BR><BR>Furtherfield wishes to thank all those&nbsp;who have submitte=
d
their new work&nbsp;and for&nbsp;their patience in waiting for it to
happen.<FONT color=#000080> </FONT>[We still have more new&nbsp;submissio=
ns to
add to furtherfield, due to being over-run and over-worked we will put the =
rest
up in a few weeks - Phew!]<BR></FONT></FONT></FONT></FONT></DIV>
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color=#000080><FONT size=1><FONT face="Courier New"><FONT color=#00=
0000>, for
generously hosting furtherfield and its various
projects.</FONT><BR><BR></FONT></FONT></FONT><A
href="http://www.furtherfield.org/crit/index.htm"><FONT face="Courier N=
ew"
color=#000080 size=1>http://www.furtherfield.org/crit/index.htm</FONT><=
/A><FONT
face="Courier New" color=#000080 size=1>&nbsp;<B>Lewis LaCook</B> <FO=
NT
color=#000000>is our first critic in residence on Furtherfield. Offering =
regular
and informative reviews of varied explorative projects &amp; artworks featu=
red
on furtherfield, plus other works by artists who are currently exhibiting o=
n the
Internet.</FONT>&nbsp;<BR><BR></FONT><A
href="http://www.furtherfield.org/ffield/index2.htm"><FONT face="Courie=
r New"
color=#000080
size=1>http://www.furtherfield.org/ffield/index2.htm</FONT></A><FONT
face="Courier New" color=#000080 size=1>&nbsp;</FONT><FONT color=#0=
00080><FONT
size=1><FONT face="Courier New"><STRONG>Furtherprojects</STRONG>, <FONT=

color=#000000>a page that shows all&nbsp;our current&nbsp;projects and wh=
at we
are up to, still to be updated (of
course).<BR></FONT><BR></FONT></FONT></FONT></FONT></FONT><FONT
color=#000080><FONT face="Courier New" size=1></FONT></FONT></FONT></=
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creation, promotion, and archiving of new work for public viewing and
interaction. Furtherfield collaborates with independent visual artists,
digital/net artists, writers, critical thinkers, musicians and noisemakers =
with
a special focus on work developed and produced outside the recognised
institutional support structures (colleges, galleries, corporate and public=

funding). We explore new and imaginative strategies for communicating ideas=
and
issues in a range of digital &amp; terrestrial media contexts.</FONT></DIV>
<P><FONT face="Courier New" size=1>Furtherfield's activities focus on p=
resenting
works online and organising global, contributory projects, which exist
simultaneously on the Internet, the streets and public venues. </FONT></P>
<P><FONT face="Courier New" size=1></FONT></P>
<P align=center><FONT face="Courier New" size=1><B>We can make our ow=
n World . .
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Anihilist Schlock


BlankAnihilist Schlock by Ouch Those Monkeys

http://artists.mp3s.com/artist_song/2674/2674452.html
Anihlist Schlock - a playful anti Bush song. With cut up rhythms, with
screaming vocals.

CD - Enron vs The World
Label - furtherfield.org

Story Behind the Song
Anihilst Schlock is about Bush's obsession with killing off People who do
not think the same way as him; limited, dead in the mind but still living
like a rabid feral midget.

= sure it's a fmae war stupid!
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Re: Re: [eu-gene] Directing Artistic Energies (was: Re: nato><jitter)


Ah,

but who is the idiot behind the Bot?

> On Tue, 20 Aug 2002, Ivan Pope wrote:
> >
> > I think IID42 is a bot.
> >
> > Ivan
>
> It's true.
>
> `, . ` `k a r e i' ? ' D42
>
> + can I use it for a Rhizome Sig?
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DISCUSSION

Re: Flash Explores New Angles


Hi Natalie

'has that not already been done with post structural cinema'

When you kiss a loved one and you wish to kiss them again because it felt r=
eal and it possessed substance - one should kiss again. For it will feel di=
fferent, because time does not stand still, therefore the context changes. =
When you walk on a beach, treading your feet into the sand, I think it was =
Brecht who said 'you can never stand in the same place twice', (something l=
ike that) the sea washes your foot prints away.

Technology offers many options of reevaluating what has been done already, =
in a new context just by creating artwork, anything in fact via the compute=
r. So yes, do it again, why not? It might mean much more now...

It is not hypocritical to question the politics of a medium, and you might =
of noticed that I do not use it myself. I might do though, depends how I fe=
el really. Might wanna use it to see what it feels like, yep, I might just =
do that. It will question my own presumptions.

marc

has that not already been done with post structural cinema.(video) i mean=
turning it agianst itself at this point seems hypocritical kinda like radi=
ohead. or the faint. why they rack in the money and the fame. i hate capita=
lism but look i am star because of all its toys and will make all its toys =
say bad things about itself ewwwww funny ha ha that to me seems hypocritica=
l and rather absurd right now.i enjoyed the piece though i wish it would ha=
ve been a little more plastic a little more korperwelten or the virtual hum=
an now that is interesting and the issues that are presented there are impo=
rtant to the human evilution.

Don't pack your bags yet Jess,

I sort of enjoyed its presentation but it did not make me feel that
stimulated intellectually or emotionally or politically or conceptually -
mainly because it seemed like a pop video, and how many of those have we
seen? Loads of the buggers. I think, use the media but rip it apart at the
same time, deconstruct it, break it, use it against itself.

marc

> sent to me as part of the flash debate. preload is a bit of a 'mare but
the
> work is just bloody brilliant. i'm packing my bags....
> jess.
>
> > mx
> >
> > http://www.iamstatic.com/randy/love_me
> >
> > randy Knott
> >
> > http://iamstatic.com
> >
> >
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: "Jess Loseby"
> > To: "t.whid" ;
> > Sent: Sunday, August 18, 200! 2 3:02 PM
> > Subject: Re: RHIZOME_RAW: Flash Explores New Angles
> >
> >
> > > Hi,
> > > personally I think probably that part of the problem with the (unde=
r)
> > > utilize of MX is sadly down to cost (ho hum). Flash in itself is ju=
st
> > about
> > > affordable to general artists but the three cameras, people to shoot
the
> > > film, editing equipment (virtual dub which I use is free and fab but
just
> > > not up to this) to create the kinds of bullet time/interactive video
they
> > > are talking about here is just too far out of your average net arti=
sts
> > > reach - but just right for mr corporate design-a-web. Having said t=
hat
> > > the time keeps getting shorter between what is affordable to the
> > > industry and what is afforable for the individual is possible so I
would
> > > guess that mor! e is round the corner. I have just begun to play wi=
th
> > > video in MX (though not the interactive capabilities as yet).but st=
ill
in
> > the
> > > 'ooh this is cool!' stage playing (eg making my daughter swim across
an
> > > page like some weird cyber fish hee! hee!). At the risk of starting=
a
why
> > > are net artists never paid debate, the double edged sword of the
> > > equality of the net artist (ie anyone can be one regardless of age
> > > background location etc) is perhaps that 'everyone' tends to be on
> > > 'normal' or less (for their age, background, location etc) income
and
> > > can't afford all the gear. In this respect the net artist will alwa=
ys
be
> > > playing catch-up with the corporate boys....
> > > jess.
> > > > Flash Explores New Angles
> > > > Macromedia's Flash MX allows users to ! do a number of cool trick=
s,
> > > > including switching instantaneously between video clips.
> > > new work: 'light from the machine'
> > > http://www.rssgallery.com/lightfromthemachine.html o
> > > /^ rssgallery.com
> > > ][
> > >
> > >
> > >
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>
> o
> /^ rssgallery.com
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Re: [thingist] Re: RHIZOME_RAW: [l0l] LOL#24


YAWN...

I was just agreeing, but as usual you misunderstand. I don't even know why I
am bothering to talk to you,
because like you have laways done, you'll just shout and scream at me or
anyone else who does not agree with you like a spoilt little kid, everyone
knows this. You know this, you'll threaten to sue, to hurt, to kill - that's
the way you operate, like a little gangster, a thug...you have not learnt
how to treat people as an equal. Scared of mutual discussion, and it is on
those terms you feel wholly inadequate for some reason, which should be
sorted out. This is why you are attacking me in such a way, which - is -
wrong. Grow up and become something better that you are now...

best wishes from marc

>
> Cheap condescending copout +
> similarly as your response to 'my' post.
> Slighting + dismissing all valid points.
>
> No, I don't imagine that intelligence
> slots into your 'playful' 'debating'
> 'precocious-but-not-too-much' wallpaper
> room decorating which you call 'art'.
>
> HA!
>
> >
> > > on 8/17/02 8:43 PM, furtherfield info@furtherfield.org ecrit :
> > >
> > >
> > > > Let's get busy with debating in depth, plus having playful messages
that
> > are
> > > > (creative and imaginative) above using the word 'fuck' all the time.
> > >
> > > Let's just not get too creative...
> > > For example, Natalie Myers rediddling of my sig below, while
re-diddling
> > can
> > > be considered a type of ascii-art battling, I think she went over
board
> > with
> > > adding the words "FUCK YOU", and although it made me laugh, I was
> > instantly
> > > hit with the idea than maybe Natalie should take hire an ascii-art
tutor
> > > before she jumps into making "flash movie(s)"
> > >
> > > ,_, ,_, ,_, ,_, ,_,
> > > /| | /| | /| | /| | /| |
> > > ,__|||_F __ ___| /|U___ ___| /|C___ ___| /|K___ ___| |___, ,__||
|___,
> > > ,__|| |___, ,__|| |___, ,__|| |___,
> > > //|___ ___|
> > > |/Y_/| |__/ |/
> > >
> > > O___/| |__/ |/
> > >
> > > U___/| |__/ |/___/| |__/
> > > || | || | || | || | || |
> > > || | || | || | || | || |
> > > || | || | || | || | || |
> > > || | || | || | || | || |
> > > v.._.|| |i.v_.v.._.|| |i.v_._v.._.|| |i.v_._v.._.|| |i.v_._v.._.||
|i.v_._
> > >
> > >
> > > > It does get a bit boring, shit - even i'm getting bored with it...
> > >
> > > "Was I bored? No I wasn't fuckin' bored. I'm never bored. That's the
> > trouble
> > > with everybody - you're all so bored. You've had nature explained to
you
> > and
> > > you're bored with it. You've had the living body explained to you and
> > you're
> > > bored with it. You've had the universe explained to you and you're
bored
> > > with it. So now you just want cheap thrills and like plenty of 'em and
it
> > > dun't matter 'ow tawdry or vacuous they are as long as it's new, as
long
> > as
> > > it's new, as long as it flashes and fuckin' beeps in forty fuckin'
> > different
> > > colours. Well whatever else you can say about me, I'm not fuckin'
bored."
> > > -johnny "Naked" by M. Leigh 1993
> > >
> > >
> > > -muserna
> > >
> > > """""
> > > ( 0 0) <- Ever seen a bucktooth dino with hair?
> > > }. .{ Don't laugh, but you have now.
> > > --uu-
> > > `-' Goofy Dinos only at:
> > > http://home.earthlink.net/~hairymuseum/gdotw
> > >
> > >
> > >
> >
> >
> > + sure it's barring in balls, n'est-ce pas ?
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